Sorry for the newbie-ish question after all of the advanced discussion
regarding Subversion, etc....
Is there any way to eliminate the border (lines at the top and bottom
of the page) while printing? It's a bit distracting when poring over
pages of source code.
I was able to get rid of the other header information (date, etc., and
what appeared to be part of a Unix fortune), but those lines are the
last bit left to get rid of.
Thanks in advance,
I am just posting this here for the heck of it.
I just updated to b9 with the latest bundles via svn and I just gotta
say WOW. The new theme support is outstanding. Although it doesn't
quite make sense to me yet, how to navigate those features and even
create my own theme, but it looks so much better!!!
This is the first time I would call a text editor "fun." That's how
great this is! Everything about it shines, it's so much better even
than the b5 I was using with the older bundles...
Just two brief comments:
1. The folding keystrokes are great but it doesn't make sense the way
it works. folding to level two, it seems, should logically fold TO
level two, not just at that level. Meaning, if you fold to level two,
then fold to level one, if you "unfold" level one it seems odd that
level two is still folded! I can't think of a logical reason for it
to work this way... just my 2cents...
2. I can't figure out the keystrokes to switch between tabs but it
seems like they should be the same as Safari if possible....
Keep up the great work. This is in my top five favorite Mac apps, I
can't imagine programming without it anymore!!!
I have tm set up as my default editor with the following line in
editor-cmd = tm
tm and tm_wait are installed in /usr/local/bin and the path is set in
the bashrc. When I enter
svn commit .
Textmate opens up the temp file svn.commit, however when I save svn
doesn't seem to recognize the file status, still saying the file is
unchanged. What am I doing wrong here? Thanks,
Diretor de Desenvolvimento
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